Antonia Quirke is an author and journalist. She is a presenter on The Film Programme and Pick of the Week (Radio 4) and Film 2015 and The One Show (BBC 1). She writes a column on radio for the New Statesman.
Perhaps what Dhillon was picking up on as patronising was that if you’re addressing a slightly younger audience you have a responsibility not just to keep distracting them with quotable outrages; their minds are less experienced.
Birds are able to discriminate between waveforms in a way we cannot - and their cries are mutating.
Do "whatever it takes" to get your film made.
It came as no surprise to hear him confess, with a hint of suppressed but immense weariness, the extent to which Hollywood has used history as nothing but an enourmous prop room.
When he first arrived, in 1980, Mayall’s face was alternative comedy, just as Johnny Rotten’s voice was punk.
A new BBC Radio 4 three-part series covers all aspects of the industry.
The new Carole King musical - apparently.
Tales from the Stave and The Film Programme on BBC Radio 4.
It broadcasts 24 hours a day from Morocco to Iran - but how does one explain BBC Arabic radio?
The programme reminded us what "monstrous" means.
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